Cristiano Ronaldo has been a consistent source of goals since he returned to Manchester United this summer. The Portuguese attackerrecently matched the record of Didier Drogba as the oldest player to score a goal and an assist in the Premier League.
Liverpool man Sadio Mane is targeting more goals after he reached a century of Premier League goals penultimate weekend. The Senegalese international became only the third African to reach 100 goals in the Premier League after Didier Drogba and Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah. Mane reached a century of goals when he opened the floodgate of goals in the big win over newcomers Watford.
Mane, 29, scored the opening goal in the 5-0 away win over the Hornets for his century of goals as he emulated Didier Drogba and Mohamed Salah. Ivorian football icon Didier Drogba was the first African player to reach the landmark during his time at Chelsea almost a decade ago. Continue reading “MANE TARGETS MORE GOALS AFTER CENTURY”→
Dutch winger Quincy Promeswas the star of the show as Spartak Moscow inflicted a first defeat of the season on Italian Serie A leaders Napoli in the Europa League group stage. Ex-Sevilla attacker Promes scored two times in the second half as his Russian Premier League side came from a goal down to beat hosts Napoli. The Italians ended on the wrong side of the five-goal thriller.
Napoli hitman Victor Osimhen has drawn comparison with Ivorian legend Didier Drogba after his brace earned the Italians a 2-2 draw in their Europa League group stage opener against home team Leicester City. Premier League side Leicester City were on the way to an impressive win until Osimhen intervened with two goals to earn the share of the points for his team.
It looks like Chelsea legend Didier Drogba still cannot get over the fact that the Blues have wrapped up the signing of their former striker Romelu Lukaku this summer. The big Belgian striker has sealed his return to Stamford Bridge in some fine style after winning the Italian Serie A league title with Inter Milan last season and although it started as just a rumor this summer, he is now a Chelsea player once again and is hungry to succeed this time around. Lukaku joined the Blues when he was a teenager after being signed from Belgian league outfit Anderlecht but was not really given the chance to play for the first team and kept going out on loan.
He was first sent to West Bromwich Albion to spend one season on loan where he impressed after catching the eye of his suitors by scoring a couple of goals. A successful spell with the Baggies earned him a move to Everton but this time, it was not another loan move that was eventually turned into a permanent one after the Everton bosses confirmed that he would be a handy signing. Continue reading “DROGBA: LUKAKU WILL IMPROVE CHELSEA’S ATTACK”→
Didier Drogbahad attained legendary status by the time his first spell at Chelsea ended in 2012. He left Chelsea shortly after helping the club to fulfil its ambition of winning the UEFA Champions League. Didier Drogba returned two years later for one more season under the second Jose Mourinho managerial era at Stamford Bridge.
Few would have predicted the impact that Didier Drogba had in West London when he signed from Marseille in 2004. Chelsea paid around £24m to sign the Ivorian striker. In a chat with Sky Sports presenter Chris Kamara sometime ago, Chelsea kit man Garry Grey revealed a major superstition that Drogba had before games and how it worked well for him on the way to becoming a Blues legend.According to him, Drogba had a superstition that made him stuff his boots with newspaper. Continue reading “SECRET TO DROGBA’S SUCCESS REVEALED”→
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is attracting the interest of several Premier League teams during this summer’s transfer window. Abraham was frozen out of the Chelsea team by manager Thomas Tuchel in the second half of last season and he’s expected to leave the West London club this summer.
Abraham, 23, came through the ranks at Chelsea before he was sent on loan to clubs like Swansea City and Aston Villa. The England international returned to Chelsea from his loan spell at Villa two years ago to establish himself in the first team under former manager Frank Lampard. The Nigerian-born English striker has drawn comparison with Blues legend Didier Drogba due to his style of play. Continue reading “PALACE JOIN VILLA IN ABRAHAM CHASE”→
Although the reports are yet to be confirmed, there are rumors that former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is currently working on obtaining his coaching badges and license as he looks to return to football but in a different position. Drogba is a popular and well-known legend in the world of football not only for his status as one of the best strikers of his generation but also for the achievements he enjoyed as well.
He was signed by former Chelsea manager José Mourinho who brought the Ivorian to Stamford Bridge years ago and he would then go on to cement his status as a legend at the club. Drogba’s career at Chelsea was a thrilling one for a couple of reasons, including the fact that he was a well-recognized big-game player because of his ability to turn up on big occasions and how he was able to score crucial goals in big games. Continue reading “DROGBA REPORTEDLY WORKING TO OBTAIN COACHING BADGES”→
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has opened up on the impressive Champions League title win at the club nine years ago and the events that preceded it. Drogba was a key part of the Chelsea team that defeated Bayern Munich on penalties in the final to win the Champions League trophy for the first time in the club’s history.
DidierDrogbatalked extensively about the 2012 Champions League title win on his Twitter handle last week to celebrate its ninth year anniversary. The Ivorian football icon revealed how he told a young Juan Manuel Mata to help Chelsea win the Champions League title in February. In his response, the Manchester United midfielder replied the Blues legend that he was in a better position to win the competition for Chelsea. According to Drogba, he had been at the club for eight years and the best they could do is a runner-up spot to Premier League rivals Manchester United in 2008. Continue reading “DROGBA TALKS ABOUT CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TRIUMPH”→
Premier League clubs like West Ham United and Newcastle United were interested in signing Spezia striker MbalaN’Zola during the January transfer window according to his agent Doug Pingisi. He made this known in an interview with Grand Hotel Calciomercato.
MbalaN’Zola has been likened to Chelsea legend Didier Drogbadue to his playing style. The Spezia attacker could have followed in the footsteps of Didier Drogba by moving to the Premier League. Ivorian football icon Didier Drogba left French club Olympique Marseille to join Chelsea in a £24m deal in the summer of 2004 and he went on to have a very good career with the West London club. Continue reading “WHY DROGBA-LIKE STRIKER REJECTED MOVEREVELAED”→